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Share our mission of encouraging wide, open, and solution-oriented dialogue on the common challenges faced by the transatlantic partners. In times of dramatic change, we believe in the need of a wide dialogue between all stakeholders and the civil society.

Atlantic Community is an innovativemodern, and voluntary organization striving to strengthen the transatlantic bond. We believe that the best way to do so is to encourage dialogue: Not only between experts, but between everyone affected. As such, we create the bridge between policy-makers, experts, and the civil society. Let’s equip the transatlantic relationship for the 21st century and contribute to our goal of “Foreign Policy for All!

You can help us to continue our work in multiple ways. May it be with your engagement and creative ideas, a generous financial contribution, or by adding your analysis and policy-proposals on the transatlantic relationship on our blog. We find the most suitable cooperation between us.

You have ideas on how we can bring the transatlantic relations forward? You are interested in bringing a diverse and inclusive social dialogue forward? You love to work in a dynamic team, to contribute to discussions, and to plan events?

We are constantly looking for engaged people like you. Let’s get into touch!

Questions on membership or contributions? Simply contact our board! We look forward to hearing from you!
Email: philipp.muehl@atlantic-community.org

Governance Rules and Disclosure of Funding Sources

Atlantic-community.org publishes articles on a wide range of transatlantic policy issues from many opponents, critics, and supporters.  The Atlantische Initiative, publisher of atlantic-community.org, occasionally accepts funding for these projects (e.g. theme weeks) from various branches of government and private sector organizations.

If we accept funding, we declare the sponsorship on the appropriate page of our website. All contributors and future donors have to acknowledge Atlantic Community’s editorial independence, and subscribe to an agreement that they will not seek to unduly influence coverage on the Atlantic Community platform.

The editorial team will never favor sponsors in any way whatsoever! The editorial team moderates the debate without taking a position. Published participants in the forum must use evidence-based arguments and all parties, whether authors or commentators, must agree to adhere to the site’s code of conduct.